One Sydney Harbour penthouse sale breaks Australian record

Lendlease’s One Sydney Harbour residential project at Barangaroo South has smashed the Australian record for the nation’s most expensive home, after selling its premier penthouse and accompanying sub-penthouse apartment in ‘one line’ for more than $140 million.

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  • 21 Oct 2019
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  • Lendlease Author Better Places

One Sydney Harbour is the much-anticipated final piece in Lendlease’s existing award-winning waterfront residential, commercial, restaurant and retail precinct Barangaroo South. Designed by Pritzker Prize winning architect Renzo Piano, One Sydney Harbour has fast become Sydney’s most desirable address to call home. 

Kylie Rampa, CEO Property, Lendlease said: “We’re delighted to present Sydney with world class living at One Sydney Harbour, in the vibrant Barangaroo South precinct. It really does personify luxury, the building’s location and prestigious design does the One Sydney Harbour address justice.”  
“The sale of the penthouse at One Sydney Harbour is a paradigm shift for the 
Australian property market with an apartment claiming the title of Australia’s most 
valuable residential property for the first time, a title historically reserved for significant houses.”

Ben Christie, Global Head of Product and Sales, Lendlease said: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the interest we’ve received. Not only have we secured more than $140 million with the penthouse sale, but a further seven whole floor apartments have been sold, proving there is significant depth in the super luxury apartment market in Australia.”

“With such strong interest to date, we are confident that the balance of the building will be highly sought after in the coming weeks. 
“A key differentiator for the One Sydney Harbour towers is that we’ve curated the entire precinct surrounding it, which ensures everything works together, complements each other and is considered holistically.” 

To discover more about this once-in-a-generation collaboration register your interest at onesydneyharbour.com.

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